Thank you for visiting my website! I am a yoga educator and massage therapist based in Washington, D.C. My mission is to help my students and clients develop radiant health, inner power, and a sense of joyful curiosity.
Enjoy a lighthearted yoga class to shed stress from your work week and start your weekend in a fun and mindful way. Follow it up with snacks, drinks, and fun with our Circle Yoga friends!
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“Yoga is always an invitation, never an obligation.” -Douglas Brooks.
The word yoga comes from the verbal root “yuj,” literally meaning to yoke, and is often translated as “union.”
John O’Donouhe was an Irish philosopher and poet, and one of my favorite writers on spirituality. In what is arguably his best known work, Anam Cara, he wrote about a word that comes from the Indian sub-contintent, “kalyna-mitra” which translates to “noble friend,” or “friend on the path.”
Three times now I’ve sat down to try write a post for my blog. My fingers fluttered over the keyboard and words appeared on my screen. What I’d written was pretty artificial.
Welcome to my blog! I’m honored that you’re interested in what I have to say, and I look forward to sharing conversations about yoga, massage therapy, and much more.